Current job vacancies

All of our current job vacancies are listed below.

People who work with us at UCLPartners are our strongest assets. For all our job opportunities we seek people wishing to develop their career in a fast moving and innovative environment where improving the lives of patients and populations is the common goal.

Summary of recent updates

page image

Sector Lead Neonatal Nurse - London Neonatal Operational Delivery Network

Programme

UCLPartners

Contract

Secondment contract. Fixed term to 31 March 2018

Salary

At post holder’s substantive salary. Will not exceed AFC Band 8b

Closing date

4 August 2017 - 5pm

The London Neonatal Operational Delivery Network (ODN) is seeking to appoint an experienced and senior neonatal nurse to provide professional nursing leadership across the sectors of south London and north west London, to support the day to day running of the London Neonatal ODN and improve outcomes for neonates.

page image

HR Manager

Programme

UCLPartners

Contract

Full time permanent role

Salary

£30,000 - £40,000 pro-rata

Closing date

30 July 2017 - Midnight

We’re looking for a talented, enthusiastic and collaborative individual to join our HR team.
We’re a leading academic health science partnership with a clear focus on transforming health and wellbeing, and need someone to help share the world class partnership achievements that are making a real difference to patients and the population. This is a unique opportunity to join an ambitious company that is committed to high standards, and to work with some of the most innovative and dedicated professionals in health and care.

page image

Project Support Officer - ReSPECT

Programme

UCLPartners

Contract

Fixed term/secondment for 12 months

Salary

£23000 - £30000

Closing date

9 August 2017 - Midnight

We are seeking an experienced Project Support Officer to support a team who will be testing the implementation of the Recommended Summary Plan for Emergency Care and Treatment (ReSPECT) process (http://www.respectprocess.org.uk) in a health economy in North London. The project is jointly funded by Macmillan Cancer Support and Royal College of Nursing Foundation.